Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (December 8, 2016)
1. Education Minister Lee Joon-sik said the ministry was considering the level of history textbooks which Korean citizens could accept. Lee added that the ministry took the scraping government-issued history textbook case seriously and would accept public opinion as much as possible and revise the contents.
Stop considering. Just scrap the textbooks. It is entirely incomprehensible.
2. South Korea Warfare Command said that North Korea was suspected of hacking South Korea’s cyber command. Officials reported to the Information Commission in National Assembly, saying that they accused North Korea as they checked Internet Protocol and the use of Korean keyboard.
North Korea, not South Korea, must be the IT leader as they always have access to the system.